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Friday Poll: You Current Phone is?

Since our last “Current Phone” poll, almost 9 months ago, we have seen a number of impressive devices land on U.S. soil. HTC launched the One Series and the Incredible 4G LTE, Samsung gave us the Galaxy S3, and Motorola…well, they haven’t done much. But there is a good chance that many of you switched to something since last December, so we wanted to ask again. I get the feeling that the Galaxy Nexus is going to dominate this, and that’s not a bad thing. It’s tough to go wrong with stock Android. I’m just curious to see if the  Galaxy S3 made a dent in that group of the DL community.

*We couldn’t include every phone on the planet here, so we went with the most popular of the last year. If your phone isn’t listed, be sure to vote for “Other” and then tell us in the comments which phone that is.

You current phone is?

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  • eddieonofre

    ok kellex now you are just showing off with that picture,.

  • Silver Veloz

    Droid Bionic here (stock). Will keep the Bionic for quite a while once the official ICS is released.

  • http://www.facebook.com/afadanti Chris Sheils

    Galaxy Nexus master race reporting in.

  • http://twitter.com/573W1E Henners

    International Galaxy Note GT-N7000

  • RoadsterHD1

    I’m surprised the One X is so low, it’s a better phone than the S3

  • Lakerzz

    Got the Galaxy S3 and gave my Gnex to my gf. Realized it had too many issues like, signed bootloader, and when on a call with bluetooth, the screen keeps turning on in my pocket. I thought it was the physical home button, but had it sitting on the table, and just watched it turn on and off. My gf liked the ‘whiteness’ of it, so I traded her to get my Gnex back and never been happier.

  • RadicalPie

    Should be titled “how many android beam’s did i just activate?”

  • Kehin Faux

    Dinc2

    • David Dudovitz

      Me too

  • Michael Lewis

    I am currently using my Xperia Play and I am loving it. I think it is a wonderful phone despite the bad maintaining from Sony. Game Keyboard to the rescue and the XDA community for keeping my phone up to date. I do wish that I could be able to switch between my OG Droid and this phone as I wish because some days I just want that physical keyboard and other days I want a more powerful phone.

  • irtechneo

    Rockin the tbolt. Why all the hate in the comments for that phone? Stock it was horrible but if you root and install a team bamf rom it runs smooth and my battery life lasts two days easy. Love my kickstand too. Galaxy S3 is a beautiful device though and really tempting.

    • JoshGroff

      I’m on Bully De-Sense right now, loving it, makes the T-bolt so much faster. Kickstand + speaker are hard to beat.

      • irtechneo

        I just flashed Skyraider Zeus today and an ICS theme & it is running great! Smoothest ROM I have found so far for bolt. I love sense and the desensed roms just feel plain to me. To each his own though. Can’t wait for my upgrade in November!

        • JoshGroff

          I’ll have to check it out. I’m just waiting on the next round of Nexus devices so I can ETF and go prepaid.

  • Bootleg Zani

    Galaxy Nexus all day. Love my Nexus 7 as well.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1444146892 Jeffrey Laird

    “Og” to the “X” to the “X2″ to the “S3″

  • fixxmyhead

    this whole site is only for verizon customers

  • OhAaron

    This must be why HTC is hurting, haha.

  • http://twitter.com/garagelogician Jeff C

    Quite the stack there Kellen. Looks like…

    GSIIIGNEX GSMGNEX LTEHTC One XRezoundThunderboltBionicD4DX
    Am I close?

  • Mark Lewis

    Droid Incredible. I’m eligible for an upgrade in November, so here’s hoping the rumors of multiple Nexus devices are true.

    • Jwhap

      and one on Verizon…..I would like to stay on verizon but I will not if they do not have a nexus device!

  • http://twitter.com/dljordaneku Darrell Jordan

    HTC Aria or way to old of a phone to have.

  • Android1997

    Had a G-Nex, Signal stunk and battery lasted 4 hours. It lasted 4 hours because i use my phone insted of my laptop, even at home. As soon as i could, i traded for a Blue Razr thinking the battery would be slightly better, it wasnt so i traded for Maxx. But as a teenager, i had seriously considered Droid 4

    (I buy my phones with my own money, then trade through Swappa)

  • whaler33

    Still rocking the Droid Incredible…ICS ROM, Just about everything works..I can wait until a quantum leap forward.. the rest have been baby steps in my book!

    • Jwhap

      Ummmmm……The S3 or One X, hell even the GNEX is major steps forward. You will be rocking that incredible for another 10 years if you are waiting for a “quantum Leap forward”

  • interstellarmind

    had the SGSIII, but sold it in order to get the developer edition (which, i’m losing hope of ever being released as each day passes). Using my GNex for now.

  • sc0rch3d

    this should’ve been a contest to see who can guess correctly the phones only looking at side profiles :)

    • nicotinic

      Then guess…

  • Greyhame

    What’s that Kellex? Am I jealous of your phone collection?? ……. ……. ……. Noooooooo. >,>

  • CHuck

    HTC SENSATION

  • gadgetryan

    No Note??

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000373755382 Byron E. Cóto

    Team nexus :D

  • http://www.facebook.com/tom.klausing Tom Klausing

    i bought a galaxy nexus on VZW the day before data sharing went in, even though i could have gone for the S3. i waited for the S3 but was let down.

    now if only Jelly Bean gets an OTA update for my CDMA nexus soon, i’ll have something to throw in the faces of those who bought the s3. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/jeremygross60 Jeremy Gross

    i cant believe people still have the thuderbolt

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dominick-White/642535026 Dominick White

      why not it was a very good phone,i gave mines away a few weeks ago when i got my nexus(that i rooted the next day)

  • tu3218

    I know us Galaxy Nexus owners haven’t had the “true Nexus” experience(thanks to verizon), but it sure is nice knowing that ~8 months later, and our phone is still arguably one of the best phones with support that continues to grow!

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=10602828 Mike Hilal

      The true nexus experience is overrated. The vast majority buy nexus devices to root/rom

      • tu3218

        yes but if we had the true nexus experience, we wouldn’t have to make roms based off of GSM nandroids, etc.

      • Duong Vu

        I always thought the “true nexus experience” was the root/romming..

  • FlyingHellfish

    You current phone is? That being said, Galaxy Nexus

  • TheFirstUniverseKing

    Running AOKP Jelly Bean on my sexy Samsung Fascinate.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1733132386 Brian Assenza

    Droid bionic will be a year old next month d’aww

  • http://profiles.google.com/nicholas.foote Nicholas Foote

    So… when are you changing the site to Nexus-Life.com?

  • Mario Mendez

    Droid X

  • Treknologist

    I’m on the TBolt for a few more months. After that I’m done with contracts. I’m going to Google Play to get a Nexus phone.

    • Br_d

      Switching carriers then?

      • Treknologist

        Yep. I need a GSM carrier. Between business travel and personal travel, CDMA has been a hindrance.

        • Br_d

          So when you say a few more months, you mean next March?

          • Treknologist

            Try November.

          • Br_d

            November is when you’re eligible for an early upgrade from Verizon. Your contract lasts until March. Sorry bud.

          • Treknologist

            Then that alters when it’s happening, not what’s happening. :)

        • Diablo81588

          You can disable apps in ICS, which is essentially the same as uninstalling it.

          • Treknologist

            Oh yes, I know. The TBolt is on GB still so can’t do that.

        • http://www.JWesCampbell.com/ Wes Campbell
    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=535178558 Nathan Massouda

      So no LTE?
      I couldn’t do that :P

      • fixxmyhead

        oh ur one of those suckers

      • Treknologist

        AT&T has LTE. I’m hoping for a new Nexus with LTE that works on AT&T or T-Mobile.

    • http://www.advancedapps.blogspot.com/ Champion1229

      Feel your pain, I had that phone until Asurion screwed up and sent me 3 messed up Thunderbolts and I called and complained and after some talking got a free upgrade to the Rezound! The Rezound is what the Thunderbolt should have originally been!

      • Treknologist

        Well, I like the TBolt. I was one of the lucky folks who had little to no trouble with it (thankfully). But Android is very mature now and I rather have an off-contract phone from Google directly so I can updates quickly and not have to deal with crap from the carriers.

      • Diablo81588

        Nah, same terrible battery life.

        • http://twitter.com/davidbavin David Bavin

          Better than the Nexus!

        • http://www.advancedapps.blogspot.com/ Champion1229

          Rezound’s batter is actually better than the Thunderbolt by a LOT! It’s not just a Rezound / Thunderbolt problem tho, its more of an entire ecosystem wide problem( excluding Razr Maxx). Heck, even Apple and their i$hit have the same problem with battery life.

    • http://twitter.com/wctaylor79 IICOWII

      Went through 10 tbolts since it launched. Verizon gave me free s3 off contract to keep unlimited… It can be done.. Just takes the right people to talk to… :-)

  • Dr_Buttballs

    I land in the measly 2% with my GSII. Still a solid phone!

    • fixxmyhead

      because this site only caters to verizon customers just look at the choices all verizon phones except for like 2

  • http://twitter.com/TheNintendo64 Drew

    Went from a Samsung Intensity to a Razr Maxx. Kinda regret not getting a Nexus, but I’ll live.

    • Diablo81588

      You made a good choice.

      • http://twitter.com/TheNintendo64 Drew

        I think the only thing I really regret are the fast updates. Better battery life and Motorola’s build quality are what won me over.
        Thanks, I actually feel better about my purchase!

        • http://www.facebook.com/nmasola Nick Masola

          I got the DROID 4 because I liked the idea of having a physical keyboard, now I regret not getting the RAZR. D4 is good, but the screen isn’t good enough.

          • http://twitter.com/TheNintendo64 Drew

            I actually have a good friend who got the D4 for the same reason as you. I’ve got to mess around with it a bit, and the screen isn’t mind blowing, but it’s a good trade-off if you’re someone who likes physical buttons.

  • TrevorSP

    Anyone still rockin’ an OG Droid? I’m not but I’m curious…

    • Cousin_Rose

      Gave my OG Droid to my husband when I went to the S3 and he is still happy with it.

  • Nick V

    Kicking with the Droid X. This is one kick ass phone… 3 years ago. :)

    But it is still doing everything I need.

    • Mario Mendez

      Droid X here too

      • Nick V

        I still see a lot of our phones wherever I go. It is always nice to see it in the wild. The build quality is awesome on these.

    • Liderc

      Droid X is barely 2 years old, just fyi.

      • Nick V

        I know, I like to exaggerate a little. :)

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jonathan-Williams/579249547 Jonathan Williams

      I got the OG Droid, Droid X and Galaxy Nexus at the heezy…

      • JMonkeYJ

        That is my exact lineup, too!

    • http://twitter.com/Footba11Joe Joey Malcomb

      Same here. Mine is steadily falling apart . Upgrade is due in September though.

  • http://twitter.com/nickbrouhard Nick Brouhard

    Wow, so few Galaxy S2s…

  • http://www.facebook.com/NickCavallone Nick Cavallone

    Razr Maxx FTW! Love it!

  • Quickly

    Still rocking the OG Droid.

    • Kyle Chen

      Same here man!

    • bose301s

      As much as I loved my OG Droid at this point I feel sorry for you, it was definitely very long in the tooth when I got my GNex in December and that’s not improving as time goes on.

    • shaun.ober

      Just upgraded mine to the s3 I went through 8 in the just over two year span.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=705034 Jeff Simpson

      So brave!

    • Tyler

      Is it still rocking if your rocking a supermodel who’s now in her 70s? Just sayin

      • OG_BeatsBNC&TnrBlt

        True, but I would rock the OG Droid now too, but would never be caught with the Bionic or even worse Thunderbolt!

        • michael arazan

          The OG droid isn’t a supermodel in her 70’s, more of a super model who is a milf in her 40’s, and still doable.

          • https://plus.google.com/110773438514346746273/ tjhrulz

            Then whats the Gnex

    • New_Guy

      Respect!!!!

    • droidman101

      Still have my OG Droid (I use my Nexus) but I had touchscreen issues (about a centimeter down the middle vertically and the right side vertically would not respond to touches, AT ALL) which hastened my decision. I still use it as a clock in its dock though.

      • http://www.facebook.com/gary.benzion Gary Benzion

        I use my OG Droid for my alarm clock too.

        • Stephen D

          Same here. Rooster alarm on full volume wakes me up every time. The Nexus is too quiet to use as an alarm.

      • http://danvalenza.tumblr.com/ Daniel Valenza

        Ditto on the touch screen losing it’s touch. mine is about a third of the width right down the middle vertically. It started a week or so before I could get my hands on a Nexus – made for a really fun week.

        • droidman101

          I lived with it off and on (it was quite random) up until about December 5, when it didn’t fix itself. So I got a new phone for Christmas.

    • T4rd

      Damn.. you’re either broke or have some serious constraint. No way I could still be using mine when the S3 or Galaxy Nexus is available. I was extremely pleased to upgrade to the Gnex on launch day from it. It is a night/day difference.

      • VZWIndirect

        By night and day do you mean you could actually make a call on your OG Droid, where the Nexus on launch day would not pull a signal if you climbed to the top of a VZW tower with a signal amp in your pocket? The Nexus was the worst “phone” I ever saw at launch. It was a helluva nice little tablet, but you couldn’t make a call on one to save your life.

        • T4rd

          As common as that issue has been reported, it hasn’t been my experience. Everywhere I had service with my OG Droid, I’ve had service with my Gnex. My wife still had her OG Droid for a few months while I had my Gnex and I always had signal where she did too. The only issue I’ve had related to service is that the Gnex is slow to handoff to/from 4G compared to her Rezound.

          • Teabling

            I’m in the same boat as you. I picked up the Gnex on launch day and never had any call issues. I kept hearing about how people were losing calls or their mics would cut out, but that never once happened to me.

          • https://plus.google.com/110773438514346746273/ tjhrulz

            Honestly I think all the signal issue was bull, never had an issue with my radios for a second.

          • Bsody

            While I never had signal issues, I did have the mic cut out a decent number of times, maybe once a week. Im guessing new radios fixed the issue, as I havent had it happen in quite some time.

    • Yo

      LOL….thats effing wack, not making enough money poor man?

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Israel-Fabian/100000820426631 Israel Fabian

      I went from my HTC Eris to a Gnex. I gotta say, its the best decision I’ve ever made. I was planning on getting the thunderbolt when it came out but my brother decided to get it first and boy was I relieved that I didn’t get that. He went through so many problems that he just gave up and just puts up with it. Well I guess it pays to be patient. lol

      • http://twitter.com/ljbaumer99 Lucas G.

        DROID ERIS!! Best community ever lol, all my favorite developers came from there :P

        • http://www.facebook.com/joseph.a.yager Joseph A. Yager

          Agreed, I still look back with nostalgia to onset of my ROM-flashing addiction.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=535178558 Nathan Massouda

    It’s a sad day when what was once arguably the best phone available when you bought it is now shoved into “Other”

    • http://www.twitter.com/thewizkid95 Jesus Otero

      RIP HTC DROID Incredible :s

      • Bsody

        Not for this guy. My DInc is currently being used as a replacement for my GF’s broken iPhone 4.

        • Bigwavedave25

          Nice. My father-in-law is still rocking my old DINC [running CM7]. I need to update him to some AOKP ICS goodness… :)

          • Bsody

            Shes on CM7 too. I havent looked in awhile, did they get ICS running smoothly on it?

          • Bigwavedave25

            Not really sure for the DInc. I just noticed it was an available download when I was grabbing builds for my GNex.

            Man, If she ever figures out all the goodies baked into AOKP, she won’t want to go back to the plain iPhone. Of course, [my wife has one too] her excuse is always “Your phone is too hard to figure out” because she doesn’t spend much time with it. But our 3 and 5 year olds have no problem finding their games!

  • http://www.facebook.com/hgkittykat Erika Terriquez

    I have an HTC Aria, I love it! It’s the perfect size just wish I could upgrade OS.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000146668060 Daniel Devine

    Sony Xperia Arc S – Can’t get over it’s design. Waiting to see the new GX (lt29) before changing, if rumours are correct then it’s PERFECT.

  • http://twitter.com/sinisterblogger Ethan

    Still rocking my Droid Charge, and will be till my contract’s up in one year.

  • enerjak

    My last Android phone was a DX. After a year I threw it out and got a Windows Phone. One year later, I’m ready to throw that out and grab the Droid Razr HD.

  • http://www.kovdev.com/ koveleski

    I’m still waiting for a phone that makes me want to get rid of the Galaxy Nexus. I’m presuming that the next Nexus is the device that I’ll switch to.

    • 4n1m4L

      *one of the next nexus devices ;-)

      • LockedBootloaders

        I wish i could get the next Nexus but I have Verizon so thats not happening.

        • droidman101

          You could buy it off-contract (if they sell it that way).

          • https://plus.google.com/110773438514346746273/ tjhrulz

            If there is a god he will make this happen.

          • Droosh

            Unlikely VZW will allow another Nexus on their network.

          • droidman101

            Oh I think they will. Google can flex some muscles if they wanted.

        • mikeym0p

          Same boat, I’m thinking of just paying the ETF come Nov/December and getting a Straighttalk sim

      • New_Guy

        Doesn’t that feel good to say =)?

    • moelsen8

      yeah i’m itching to see how the nexus army hit the play store, and how that plays out.

      • http://www.JWesCampbell.com/ Wes Campbell

        I see what you did there… +1 sir.

  • http://twitter.com/b1six Mr. Procrastination

    No iPhone section?

    • Dr_Buttballs

      Is that surprising?

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Graham-Cluck/1848256183 Graham Cluck

      Um…..really? That thing might be kind of out of place, because, I don’t know, this is an Android site perhaps???

    • JoshGroff

      I think they should have included it, some people do own both.

  • http://twitter.com/ranwanimator Randall Wanamaker

    G1 *sigh*

    • Diablo81588

      Holy..

    • Al

      G1 now that was a smartphone. The android phone that started it all….

      • New_Guy

        Fell in love with the green robot immediately because of that bad boy =)

  • nightscout13

    Wish i had a stack of phones like that sitting around my desk :)

    • wm snyder

      Ahh yeah, ya see ,picka phone any phone, Winner takes all!